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It’s not even winter yet! What am I doing!

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‘to them/you must be kindest’ (Rupi Kaur’s ‘milk and honey’)

Books of poetry, in my experience, don’t usually make the top of the “Best Sellers” list, so when one does–and stays there–there must be a significant cultural need for those poems. I picked up “milk and honey” after skimming through it at work, and I’m glad I did.

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A Few Scrambled Thoughts Re: Art & Literature

Last night, I went to Bridgewater State’s Visiting Author Series event, since I enjoy going and will go whenever I can.

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Old Sci-Fi Novels, Part 2: ‘The Fate of the Phoenix’

The last time I wrote about an old sci-fi novel (in fact, a Star Trek novel, to be specific), it was Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath’s “The Price of the Phoenix,” a wondeful, campy (and wonderfully campy) new adventure about our old friends Kirk and Spock as they faced a new adversary. The reason for reviewing that book? To set the stage for the review of its sequel, “The Fate of the Phoenix.”

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Old Sci-Fi Novels, Part 1: ‘The Price of the Phoenix’

“The Price of the Phoenix” was not the book I was planning on reviewing today. That’s alright, though, since it actually comes before “The Fate of the Phoenix,” which is what I was going to be reviewing, and it’s fair enough to have some solid background.

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Indie Author Monday: Chelsea Mason-Basiliere

It’s been a little while since the last Indie Author Monday was posted, but you can check that one out here. This week, I’m looking at “The Lives of Merfolk” by Chelsea Mason-Basiliere.

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